GSA Photo Galleries

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Rockwell Kent,“Mail Service in the Arctic.” Rockwell Kent (1882-1971)
Frank Mechau, “Dangers of the Mail.” Frank Mechau (1904-1946)
A medium-skinned, dark-haired man wearing a military dress uniform poses for a portrait in front of a U.S. flag Jose Mendez photos
Eugene Francis Savage Painting Eugene Francis Savage (1883-1978)
Large fresco mural by Alfredo Di Giorgio Crimi of nine men in working conditions to sort, lift, and deliver the mail in 1937 Alfredo de Giorgio Crimi (1900-1994)
Lia Cook. (b. 1942) Spatial Ikat III, 1976 Textile - Wool, jute, polyurethane foam, cotton, and polyester Commissioned Under the Art-In-Architecture Program General Services Administration Frank Hagel Federal Office Building Richmond, California. R9 Art
GSA Pacific Rim Region celebrated National Arts & Humanities Month by showcasing some of the pieces in our fine arts collection on their social media channels. Each week featured artists working in one of four different media: paintings, mosaics, sculptures, and textiles.
Brook, Writing the Family Letter Alexander Brook (1898-1980)
Brook, Writing the Family Letter Brook Gallery
Alexander Brook was commissioned to create these murals by the Section of Fine Arts, one of four New Deal art programs.
FRONT_Wayne N. Aspinall Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse R8 National Preservation Month 2020 Card Set
Pedestrian Plaza rendering Otay Mesa Land Port of Entry Renderings
Sherry Blaize and Andrew Lenz Earthquake Recovery Call Utah Field Office Earthquake March 2020
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R8's 19th Annual Diversity Training
Region 8 hosted its 19th Annual Diversity Training Program on Thursday, February 27, 2020.
2020 Diversity Training Group Photo R8's 19th Annual Diversity Training
San Ysidro Northbound Lanes at Dusk San Ysidro Project Completion
Three men stand in line horizontally and the center gentleman holds a framed Certificate of Deed Transfer Knoxville Iowa VA property disposal
Marion County and the City of Knoxville hosted a press conference Jan. 15 to announce the signing of memorandums of agreement and deed transfer to Marion County. GSA employees signed the necessary documents, including an offer to purchase the property for $1, and handed over dozens of keys for the campus after the event.